Soil type: Schist
Altitude: from 200 to 300 metres
Varietal range: Grenache
The name: ‘Château de La Liquière’, quite simply – what could be more natural for the estate’s original wine?
Winemaking: Harvesting by hand, tank ageing.
Tasting notes: The vines are old, have deep roots in the schist soils and offer us clusters that are few and far between with site-expressiveness, and are therefore precious. This is an intense wine developing aromas of red and black fruits, driven by mineral notes.
Food pairings: La Liquière pairs well with lamb, beef fillet, pigeon and guinea fowl.
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